Updated COVID-19 Protocols
Disney Cruise Line has updated it’s COVID-19 protocols since we last post about this back in July. It’s important to stay up to date with these protocols because they can affect your travel plans.
The world has changed a lot since March 2020 and Disney Cruise Line has continued to keep up to date with it’s protocols. We want to make sure that you’re aware of these updated protocols and what to expect when you’re planning your next cruise vacation.
While we are making sure to keep you updated on the changes, it’s also important to check the Disney Cruise Line website incase things change again. At Orlando Airport Transportation we offer a luxury airport shuttle service. Our shuttle service offers service to and from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) and to the other international and regional airports.
Disney Cruise Line’s COVID-19 Protocols
As we mentioned, we did write about Disney’s COVID-19 protocols back in July. This was when the cruise industry was preparing to start their service. In this latest update, which was posted to their website in November states that all passengers must be vaccinated.
“Disney Cruise Line continues to require all vaccine-eligible Guests (based on US eligibility requirements) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as defined by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at the time of sailing.”
Vaccination is required for guests who are 5 years of age and older that are planning on sailing beginning January 13th 2022. “Guests who are not vaccine-eligible because of age must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result (paid for by the Guest) taken between 3 days and 24 hours before their sail date.”
Guests who are between the ages of 5-11 can complete testing requirements instead of being fully vaccinated for sailing before January 13th 2022. While passengers who are 4 years of age and younger have to have completed testing. Please also note that rapid antigen tests are not accepted on Disney Cruise Lines.
It’s true that a lot has changed on Disney Cruise Lines, but they have some new and fantastic entertainment and a new ship, the Disney Dream. They are making sure that you’re Disney experience is still the most magical and memorable.
They have original shows and new ones in their lavish Walt Disney Theatre. Plus you and your family can interact with characters throughout the ship. While still making sure that the health and safety of both guests and crew members are their number one priority.
Disney’s Five Step Health & Safety Measures
Disney’s approach to making sure the health and safety of their guests, crew members and cast members comes in five steps. Each step promotes their health and safety measures in a simple to understand way.
- Health & Wellness
- Enhanced Cleaning
- Innovative Technology
- Crew Member Training
- Working Together
Each one of these measures will help everyone navigate their time on the ship and ensure everyone is safe and healthy. We know things have changed a lot but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a magical vacation with the ones we love. It’s now about also keeping ourselves and those around us healthy and happy!
Transportation to Disney Cruise Line Terminal
Now that we’ve gone over the updated Disney Cruise Line COVID-19 protocols we can take some time to talk about your transportation to the cruise port. At Orlando Airport Transportation we offer a private luxury airport limousine service.
We offer a wide selection of luxury vehicles with professional chauffeurs that are familiar with the area. You can have peace of mind knowing that you don’t need to worry about diving in an unfamiliar pace. If you need help choosing the right vehicle we can help, just contact us online, by email or call us 24/7.
Making your reservation has never been easier and can of course, be done online at anytime. We have vehicles that can accommodate groups from two to 50 passengers. Plus our vehicles are well maintained and clean. This is the way to start your vacation, try our airport shuttle service next time you’re in Orlando.